Glencore agrees to take over Weser-Metall lead plant

Mining News Pro - Glencore has agreed to take over insolvent German lead producer Weser-Metall via a new company named Nordenham Metall GmbH, the commodities group and local government said in a joint statement.

A Tripartite memorandum of understanding has been inked between Chadormalu Co., Amir Kabir University and Ardakan University

Mining News Pro - A memorandum of understanding has been signed between Chadormalu Company and two universities in order to develop the mining industry and better output.

National financial management prize for KSC

Mining News Pro - In the 11th Iranian Financial Management Conference, Khuzestan Steel Company won the National Award for Financial Management of Iran.

IMARC 2021 to return as outdoor event

Mining News Pro - The International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC) is set to transition to an in-person event at the Melbourne Showgrounds in Victoria after holding an online event in 2020.

Innovative mining leaders take the stage for Austmine 2021

Mining News Pro - Harnessing Intelligence Mining Innovation Conference & Exhibition is set to open the stage to a host of high-calibre guest speakers, including David Moult, who took on the role of CEO at Yancoal in March 2020.

MIDHCO received a social responsibility award for the second year in a row

Mining News Pro - Iran Management Association held the fifth national conference of “Organizational culture with a crisis management approach” in February in Khatam university.

Efficient interaction between KSC and Oxin Steel

Mining News Pro - After the appointment of Ghalenoei as the new Khuzestan Steel Company’s chief executive, a meeting has been held between this company and one of their major slab consumers.

Golgohar Mining among the top 20 HSEE companies

Mining News Pro - The fourth meeting of IMIDRO’s “best performance” has been held with two levels: Good performance and increased performance.

Austmine 2021 participants to share benefits of govt grant

Mining News Pro - Austmine has received the federal government’s business grant for the annual Austmine 2021: Harnessing Intelligence Conference and Exhibition.

World Economic Forum tests blockchain for tracking carbon emissions

Mining News Pro - Most estimates of the carbon footprint of the mining industry’s value chain are currently based on industry benchmarks or non-standard unverifiable sensors, says Jorgen Sandstrom, World Economic Forum’s (WEF) head of mining and metals.

Chadormalu is the leading company in social responsibilities of Yazd

Mining News Pro - In a meeting to review the plans and programs for the development of Chadormalu company, which was held in Yazd province, the governor of Yazd said that this company is the leading company in social responsibilities of province.

Oxin Steel Co. held an emergency meeting for covid19

Mining News Pro - Oxin Steel Company held an emergency meeting regarding the coronavirus in its office with the presence of CEO’s consultant in order to prevent the pandemic.

Lynas nears construction of Kalgoorlie processing facility

Mining News Pro - Lynas Corporation is on track to commence the construction of its Kalgoorlie rare earth processing facility in Western Australia in mid-2021.

IMPASCO received productivity leaders’ awards

Mining News Pro - In the 7th National Award for Mining Productivity and Mining Industries, IMPSACO succeeded to gain a 3-star award of efficiency award.

Africa has opportunity in battery metals space

Mining News Pro - Despite analyst fears at the start of this year that countries could shift their focus away from reducing carbon emissions, business intelligence firm CRU senior analyst George Heppel says much of the year has been focused on green recovery concepts.

Nordgold files Takeovers Panel application against Cardinal

Mining News Pro - Nordgold has claimed to the Takeovers Panel that Cardinal Resources has been misleading about its shareholder intentions to accept or reject a takeover bid.

Five things everyone was talking about at Diggers and Dealers 2020

Mining News Pro - In a year marred by droughts, bushfires, a global pandemic and the resulting economic downturn, Australia hasn’t had a lot to be optimistic about in 2020.

New consortium to improve future processing efficiencies

Mining News Pro - Mining companies including Newmont, Glencore and Eriez Flotation are sponsoring a consortium run by the University of Queensland’s Sustainable Minerals Institute to improve the energy efficiency of mineral processing operations.

Fortescue chief executive talks mine of the future

Mining News Pro - Fortescue Metals Group chief executive Elizabeth Gaines has told Diggers and Dealers audiences that the company has trained 3000 workers in autonomy as it introduced autonomous haulage across its entire Australian operations.

AusIMM adopts hybrid model for 2021 conferences

Mining News Pro - The Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (AusIMM) will combine in-person and virtual components to deliver a hybrid event model for its 2021 conference series.

QLD tightens workforce movement into state

Mining News Pro - Queensland has prepared for the possibility of border closures for months, and it is not allowing the entry of workers except in special circumstances.

IMARC 2020 goes digital to replace Melbourne conference

Mining News Pro - International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC) 2020 has been postponed due to COVID-19.


Shift from high- to low-carbon must be systematic and just

Mining News Pro - South Africa’s Mineral Resources and Energy Minister, Gwede Mantashe, used the platform created by the International Energy Agency (IEA) Clean Energy Transitions Summit on July 9 to stress that South Africa’s shift from a high-carbon to a low-carbon path needed to be both systematic and just.

Former Nova director charged with insider trading offences

Mining News Pro - Avi Kimelman has been charged with insider trading offences at the Magistrates Court of Victoria, following his resignation as a Nova Minerals company director last week.

Panel of experts needed to oversee future of struggling Alexkor

Mining News Pro - A panel of experts should be formed to properly oversee the future of the struggling State-owned diamond mining company Alexkor, and to unlock the greater long-term potential of northern Namaqualand.

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